LIST OF SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Dr. János Sztrik

4 May, 2019


Books

  1. How to get easier with computer science ( in Hungarian )
    Stúdium Press, Nyíregyháza, Hungary (1991, 1992)
    Co-author: R. Rigó

  2. How to pronounce ( in Hungarian )
    Codex-3V, Debrecen, Hungary (1994)
    Co-author: R. Rigó

  3. How to translate ( in Hungarian )
    APC-Stúdió, Gyula, Hungary (1995)
    Co-author: R. Rigó

  4. Finite-source Queueing Systems and their Applications
    Formal Methods in Computing, Chapter 7, Akadémia Kiadó, Budapest, Hungary (2005)
    Editors : M. Ferenczi, A. Pataricza, L. Rónyai

  5. Future Internet Research, Services and Technology
    International Workshop, University of Debrecen Press, Debrecen, Hungary (2013), ISBN 978-963-473-636-3
    Editor, technical editor: K. Gácsér

  6. Future Internet Research, Services and Technology
    Final Workshop, University of Debrecen Press, Debrecen, Hungary (2014), ISBN 978-963-473-757-5
    Editor, technical editor: P. Bíró

  7. Modeling and Analysis of Information Technology Systems
    GlobeEdit, OmniScriptum GmbH & Co, KG, Saarbrucken, Germany (2016), ISBN 978-3-639-73440-9

  8. Basic Queueing Theory
    GlobeEdit, OmniScriptum GmbH & Co, KG, Saarbrucken, Germany (2016), ISBN 978-3-639-73471-3


Lecture Notes

  1. Some applications of C-64 computers in teaching ( in Hungarian )
    University of Debrecen, Hungary (1988)

  2. Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics ( in Hungarian )
    A Collection of Exercises
    University of Debrecen, Hungary (1989,1992, 1995, 1997, 2000)
    Co-author : M. Nagy

  3. Numerical Analysis ( in Hungarian )
    A Collection of Exercises
    University of Debrecen, Hungary (1990)
    Co-author : M. Lénárd

  4. Elements of Operational Research ( in Hungarian )
    University of Debrecen, Hungary (1992)
    Co-author : B. Glevitzky

  5. Foundations of Information Science ( in Hungarian )
    A Collection of Exercises
    University of Debrecen, Hungary (1993)
    Co-authors : B. Almási, G. Fazekas, A. Kuki

  6. An Introduction to Queueing Theory and its Applications ( in Hungarian )
    University of Debrecen, Hungary (1994, 2000)

  7. About MACOM ( in Hungarian )
    University of Debrecen, Hungary (1995)
    Co-author : B. Almási

  8. A key to queueing theory and its applications ( in Hungarian )
    University of Debrecen, Hungary (2000)

  9. Foundation of Information Science: A collection of exercises with solutions in probability theory ( in Hungarian )
    University of Debrecen, Hungary (2000, 2002)
    Co-authors : K. Szirmai, B. Kiss

  10. Practical queueing theory in Java ( in Hungarian, on-line, distance learning electronic version )
    University of Debrecen, Hungary (2004)

  11. Mathematical Modelling of Inventory and Queueing Problems ( in Hungarian )
    University of Debrecen, Hungary (2005)

  12. Mathematical Modelling of Inventory and Queueing Problems with Java ( in Hungarian )
    University of Debrecen, Hungary (2005)

  13. Performance Evaluation of Computer Systems ( in Hungarian, on-line, distance learning electronic version )
    University of Debrecen, Hungary (2005)

  14. Performance Evaluation of Informatics Systems ( in Hungarian )
    Liceum Press, Eszterházy Károly College, Eger, Hungary (2007)

  15. Modeling and Analysis of Information Technology Systems ( in Hungarian and English, on-line, distance learning electronic version )
    University of Debrecen, Hungary (2011, 2012)

  16. Basic Queueing Theory ( in Hungarian and English, on-line, distance learning electronic version )
    University of Debrecen, Hungary (2011, 2012)


Papers

  1. On the finite-source G/M/r queues
  2. European Journ. Oper. Res. 20 (1985) 261-268
     
  3. On the heterogeneous machine interference with limited server's availability
    European Journ. Oper. Res.: 28 (1987) 321-328
    Co-author: A. Pósafalvi
     
  4. On the heterogeneous M/G/n blocking system in Markovian environment
    Journal of Oper. Res. Soc. 38 (1987) 57-63
     
  5. On the G/M/r/FIFO machine interference model with state-dependent speeds
    Journal of Oper. Res. Soc. 39 (1988) 201-207
     
  6. A numerical approach to the repairman problem with two different types of machines
    Journal of Oper. Res. Soc. 40 (1989) 797-803
    Co-author: A. Pósafalvi
     
  7. Asymptotic analysis of some complex renewable systems operating in random environments
    European Journ. Oper. Res. 41 (1989) 162-168
    Co-author: V.V. Anisimov
     
  8. On the heterogeneous machine interference with priority and ordinary machines
    European Journ. Oper. Res. 41 (1989) 54-63
    Co-author: A. Pósafalvi
     
  9. A queueing model for a terminal system subject to breakdowns
    Computers and Math. Applications 19 (1990) 143-147
    Co-author: T. Gál
     
  10. A recursive solution of a queueing model for a multi-terminal system subject to breakdowns
    Performance Evaluation 11 (1990) 1-7
    Co-author: T. Gál
     
  11. Asymptotic analysis of a complex renewable system with fast service (R)
    Cybernetics No.3 (1990) 119-121
    Co-author: V.V. Anisimov
     
  12. Limit behaviour of a controlled renewable system of type M/M/r (R)
    Theory of Probab. Math. Statist. 41 (1989) 116-120
     
  13. Asymptotic analysis of complex standby systems with fast repair (R)
    Theory of Probab. Math. Statist. 44 (1991) 132-135
     
  14. Asymptotic analysis of a heterogeneous multiprocessor system in a randomly changing environments
    IEEE Trans. Soft. Eng. 17 (1991) 1069-1075
    Co-author: D. Kouvatsos
     
  15. Asymptotic analysis of the reliability of a complex standby system with fast repair
    Theory of Probab. and its Appl. 37 (1992) 132-135
     
  16. Modelling of a single bus multiprocessor system operating in Markovian environments
    Computers and Math. Applications 23 (1992) 57-67
     
  17. A queueing model for a non-homogeneous terminal system subject to breakdowns
    Computers and Math. Applications 25 (1993) 105-111
    Co-author: B. Almási
     
  18. Asymptotic analysis of the heterogeneous machine interference problem with random environments
    Applied Mathematical Modelling 17 (1993) 105-110
    Co-author: B.D. Bunday
     
  19. Machine interference problem with a random environment
    European Journ. Oper. Res.65 (1993) 259-269
    Co-author: B.D. Bunday
     
  20. Modelling of a multiprocessor system in a randomly changing environment
    Performance Evaluation 17 (1993) 1-11
     
  21. Asymptotic analysis of the behaviour of a multichannel queueing system functioning in a Markov medium
    Journal of Mathematical Sciences 75 (1995) 1852-1856
    Co-author: L. Lukashuk

  22. The effects of service disciplines on the performance of a non-reliable terminal system
    Theory of Probab. and its Appl. 42 (1997) 374-375
    Co-author: B. Almási

  23. A queueing model for a non-reliable multi-terminal system with polling scheduling
    Journal of Mathematical Sciences 92 (1998) 3974-3981
    Co-author: B. Almási

  24. Optimization problems on the performance of a nonreliable terminal system
    Computers and Mathematics with Applications 38 (1999) 13-21
    Co-author: B. Almási

  25. Asymptotic analysis of complex Markov-modulated computer and communication systems
    Theory of Stochastic Processes 5(21) N3-4 (1999) 221-230

  26. Reliability analysis of complex communication systems
    Journal of Mathematical Sciences 99 (2000) 1476-1484

  27. A simulation tool to evaluate the performance of finite source queueing models
    Journal of Mathematical Sciences 99 (2000) 1220-1224
    Co-author: B. Almási

  28. Stochastic simulation of Markov-modulated finite-source queueing systems
    Journal of Mathematical Sciences 105 (2001) 2615-2625
    Co-author: O. Moeller
  29. Customer motion in queueing models: The use of tangent vector fields
    International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics 2( 2002 ) 1-21
    Co-author: D. Baum
  30. Simulation of machine interference in randomly changing environments
    Yugoslav Journal of Operations Research 12, No.2 ( 2002 ) 1-10
    Co-author: O. Moeller
  31. Markov-modulated finite-source queueing models and their applications
    Journal of Mathematical Sciences 111 (2002) 3895-3900
  32. Performance Modeling of Non-homogeneous Unreliable Multi-Server Systems Using MOSEL
    Computers and Mathematics with Applications 46(2003) 293-312
    Co-authors: A. Zreikat, G. Bolch
  33. Markov-modulated finite-source queueing models in evaluation of computer and communication systems
    Mathematical and Computer Modelling 38(2003) 961-968
    Co-author: Che Soong Kim

  34. Analysing Markov-modulated finite-source queueing systems
    Annales Univ. Sci. Budapest., Sect. Comp. 22(2003) 23-33
    Co-authors: B. Almási, G. Bolch
  35. Heterogeneous finite-source retrial queues
    Journal of Mathematical Sciences 121 (2004) 2590-2596
    Co-authors: B. Almási, G. Bolch
  36. Reliability investigation of heterogeneous terminal systems using Mosel
    Journal of Mathematical Sciences 123 (2004) 3795-3801
    Co-author: B. Almási
  37. Retrial queues in the performance modeling of cellular mobile networks using MOSEL
    International Journal of Simulation: Systems, Science & Technology 6 (2005) 38-47
    Co-authors: J. Roszik, C.S. Kim
  38. Tool supported performance modelling of finite-source retrial queues with breakdowns
    Publicationes Mathematicae 66 (2005) 197-211
  39. Homogeneous finite-source retrial queues with server subject to breakdowns and repairs
    Mathematical and Computer Modelling 42(2005) 673-682
    Co-authors: B. Almási and J. Roszik

  40. Simulation of differentiated services in network simulator
    Annales Univ. Sci. Budapest, Sect. Comp. 25 ( 2005 ) 85-102
    Co-authors: M. Lengyel, C.S. Kim
  41. The impact of multimedia traffic on the performance of a proxy cache server
    Annales Univ. Sci. Budapest, Sect. Comp. 25 ( 2005 ) 153-169
    Co-authors: T. Bérczes, C.S. Kim
  42. Heterogeneous finite-source retrial queues with server subject to breakdowns and repairs
    Journal of Mathematical Sciences 132 (2006) 677-685
    Co-authors: B. Almási, J. Roszik
  43. Performance Modeling of Proxy Cache Servers
    Journal of Universal Computer Science 12 (2006) 1139-1153
    Co-author: T. Bérczes
  44. Performance modeling tools with applications
    Annales Mathematicae et Informaticae 33 (2006) 125-140
    Co-author: C.S. Kim
  45. Performance analysis of finite-source retrial queues operating in random environments
    International Journal of Operational Research 2 (2007) 254-268
    Co-authors: J. Roszik, J. Virtamo
  46. Performance analysis of finite-source retrial queues with non-reliable heterogeneous servers
    Journal of Mathematical Sciences 146 (2007) 6033-6038
    Co-author: J. Roszik
  47. Modeling and Simulation of BitTorrent
    ISAST Transactions on Communications and Networking 1 (2007) 62-66
    Co-author: G. Balázsfalvi
  48. Performance Evaluation of Centralized IEEE802.11i-based Security Suites on Mobile WiFi Networks
    Telecommunications Review 17 (2007) 1133-1143 (South Korea)
    Co-authors: P. Orosz, C.S. Kim
  49. The Impact of Retrials on the Performance of Self-Organizing Systems
    PIK Praxis der Informationsverarbeitung und Kommunikation 31 (2008) 29-33
    Co-authors: H. de Meer, P. Wuechner
  50. A Tool for Modeling Distributed Protocols
    PIK Praxis der Informationsverarbeitung und Kommunikation 31 (2008) 99-44
    Co-author: G. Balázsfalvi
  51. Dynamics and Congestion Control of Alternative TCP Variants on Asymmetric Lines
    ISAST Transactions on Communications and Networking 2 (2008) 71-74
    Co-authors: P. Orosz, C. Kim
  52. Finite-source M/M/s retrial queue with search for balking and impatient customers from the orbit
    Computer Networks 53 (2009) 1264-1273
    Co-authors: H. de Meer, P. Wuechner

  53. Investigating the mean response time in finite-source retrial queues using the algorithm by Gaver, Jacobs, and Latouche
    Annales Mathematicae et Informaticae 36 (2009) 143-160
    Co-authors: H. de Meer, P. Wuechner

  54. Tool supported reliability analysis of finite-source retrial queues
    Avtomatika i Telemekhanika 7 ( 2010 ) 119-125 ( in Russian )
    Co-author: D. Efrosinin
  55. Tool supported reliability analysis of finite-source retrial queues
    Automation and Remote Control 71 ( 2010 ) 1388-1393
    Co-author: D. Efrosinin
  56. Evaluating a probabilistic model checker for modeling and analyzing retrial queueing systems
    Annales Mathematicae et Informaticae 37 ( 2010 ) 51-75
    Co-authors:T. Bérczes, G. Guta, G. Kusper, W. Schreiner
  57. Tool supported performability investigations of heterogeneous finite-source retrial queues
    Annales Univ. Sci. Budapest., Sect. Comp. 32 (2010) 201-220
    Co-author: C.S. Kim

  58. Stochastic analysis of a controlled queue with heterogeneous servers and constant retrial rate
    Information Processes 11 ( 2011 ) 114-139
    Co-author: D. Efrosinin
  59. Performance analysis of a two-server heterogeneous retrial queue with threshold policy
    Quality Technology and Quantitative Management 8 ( 2011 ) 211-236
    Co-author: D. Efrosinin
  60. The impact of servers breakdown on the performance of Proxy Cache servers
    Carpathian Journal of Electronic and Computer Engineering 4 ( 2011 ) 133-138
    Co-authors: T. Bérczes, A. Házy
  61. Reliability Increasing Method Using a SEC-DED Hsiao Code to Cache Memories, Implemented with FPGA Circuits
    Journal of Computer Science and Control Systems 4 ( 2011 ) 59-62
    Co-authors: O. Novac, S. Vari-Kakas, C.S. Kim
  62. Modeling Wireless Sensor Networks Using Finite-Source Retrial Queues with Unreliable Orbit
    Performance Evaluation of Computer and Communication Systems. Milestones and Future Challenges
    Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 6821 (2011) 275-285

    Co-authors: H. de Meer, P. Wuechner

  63. Tool supported modeling of sensor communication networks by using finite-source priority retrial queues
    Carpathian Journal of Electronic and Computer Engineering 5 (2012) 13-18
    Co-authors: T. Bérczes, P. Orosz, P. Moyal, N. Limnios, S. Georgiadis

  64. Spectral Expansion Solution Methodology for QBD-M Processes and Applications in Future Internet Engineering
    Advanced Computational Methods for Knowledge Engineering, Studies in Computational Intelligence Vol.479 (2013) 131-142, Springer International Publishing
    Co-authors: T. Do, R. Chakka
  65. The effect of RF unit breakdowns in sensor communication networks
    Infocommunications Journal Vol. 5, No. 2 (2013) 11-16
    Co-authors: T. Bérczes, B. Almási, A. Kuki
  66. Discriminatory Processor Sharing from Optimization Point of View
    Analytical and Stochastic Modeling Techniques and Applications, Lecture Notes in Computer Science Vol. 7984 (2013) 67-80, Springer-Verlag
    Co-authors: J. Biró, T. Bérczes, A. Korosi, Z. Heszberger

  67. M/M/1 retrial queue with working vacations and negative customer arrivals
    International Journal of Advanced Intelligence Paradigms 6(2014) 52-65 ,
    Co-authors: T. V. Do, D. Papp, R. Chakka, J. Wang
  68. A new finite-source queueing model for mobile cellular networks applying spectrum renting
    Asia-Pacific Journal of Operational Research 31(2014) 14400004_1 - 14400004_19
    Co-authors: T. V. Do, P. Wuchner, T. Bérczes. H. de Meer
  69. Modeling a QoS classified communication in a multiuser Wi-Fi environment
    Infocommunications Journal Vol. 6, No. 3 (2014) 10-15
    Co-authors: A. Kuki, B. Almási, T. Bérczes
  70. Investigating the effect of network service breakdown in multilayered cognitive communication system
    Proceedings of the 2014 IEEE 5th International Conference on Cognitive Infocommunications (CogInfoCom), Vietri sul Mare, Italy (2014) 237-241
    Co-authors: A. Kuki, T. Bérczes, B. Almási
  71. Performance Evaluation of Integrated Wireless Networks with Virtual Partition of Channels
    Information Technologies and Mathematical Modelling - Queueing Theory and Applications, Communications in Computer and Information Science; Vol. 487 (2014) 269-276, Springer Verlag ,
    Co-authors: A. Melikov, M. Fattakhova, G. Velidzanova
  72. Optimal Allocation Problem in the Machine Repairman System with Heterogeneous Servers
    Information Technologies and Mathematical Modelling - Queueing Theory and Applications, Communications in Computer and Information Science; Vol. 487 (2014) 113-122, Springer Verlag ,
    Co-authors: D. Efrosinin, C. Spannring
  73. Probabilistic model checking on HPC systems for the performance analysis of mobile networks
    Annales Mathematicae et Informaticae 43 (2014) 123-144
    Co-authors: W. Schreiner, T. Bérczes
  74. Wireless Networks Speed Depending on the Encryption using Windows 8.1 x64 Operating System
    Carpathian Journal of Electronic and Computer Engineering 7/2 (2014) 3-6
    Co-author: T. Krausz

  75. Performance Analysis and Statistical Modeling of the Single-Server Non-reliable Retrial Queueing System with a Threshold-Based Recovery
    Information Technologies and Mathematical Modelling - Queueing Theory and Applications, Communications in Computer and Information Science; Vol. 564 (2015) 330-343, Springer Verlag
    Co-author: D. Efrosinin
  76. Analysis of Queueing Models with State-Dependent Jump Priorities
    Proceedings of the 18th International Scientific Conference on Distributed Computer and Communication Networks: Control, Computation, Communications (DCCN-2015), Moscow, Russia (2015) 279-286
    Co-authors: A.Z. Melikov, A.M. Rustamov, T.I. Jafarzande

  77. Performance Modeling of Finite-Source Cognitive Radio Networks
    Acta Cybernetica 22 (2016) 617-631
    Co-authors: A. Kuki, T. Bérczes, B. Almási, J. Wang
  78. Optimal Control of a Two-Server Heterogeneous Queueing System with Breakdowns and Constant Retrials
    Information Technologies and Mathematical Modelling - Queueing Theory and Applications, Communications in Computer and Information Science; Vol. 638 (2016) 57-72, Springer Verlag
    Co-author: D. Efrosinin
  79. Hierarchical Space Merging Algorithm for Analysis of Two Stage Queueing Network with Feedback
    Information Technologies and Mathematical Modelling - Queueing Theory and Applications, Communications in Computer and Information Science; Vol. 638 (2016) 238-249, Springer Verlag
    Co-authors: A. Melikov, L. Ponomarenko, A. Rustamov
  80. A closed-form solution for a two-server heterogeneous retrial queue with threshold policy
    Sadhana (2016) online version
    Co-authors: T.V. Do, D. Papp, R. Chakka, J. Wang
  81. Optimal Switch Configuration in Software-Defined Networks
    Scientific Bulletin of the Petru Maior University of Targu Mures 13 (2016) 25-29
    Co-author: B. Genge
  82. Performance Modeling of Finite-Source Cognitive Radio Networks Using Simulation
    Proceedings of the 19th International Scientific Conference on Distributed Computer and Communication Networks: Control, Computation, Communications (DCCN-2016), Volume 1: Architecture, Methods of Control, Modeling and Design of Computer Networks, Moscow, Russia (2016) 162-165
    Co-authors: T. Bérczes, H. Neomuchi, A.Z. Melikov
  83. Methods to analysis of queueing models with state-dependent jump priorities
    Annales Mathematicae et Informaticae 46 (2016) 143-163
    Co-authors: A. Melikov, A. Rustamov, T. Jafarzade
  84. Performance Modeling of Finite-Source Cognitive Radio Networks Using Simulation
    Distributed Computer and Communication Networks DCCN 2016, Communications in Computer and Information Science; Vol. 678 (2016) 64-73, Springer Verlag
    Co-authors: T. Bérczes, H. Neomuchi, A.Z. Melikov

  85. Simulation of Finite-Source Retrial Queueing Systems with Collisions and Non-reliable Server
    Distributed Computer and Communication Networks DCCN 2017, Communications in Computer and Information Science; Vol. 700 (2017) 146-158, Springer Verlag
    Co-authors: Á. Tóth, T. Bérczes, A. Kvach
  86. Some Features of a Finite-Source M/GI/1 Retrial Queuing System with Collisions of Customers
    Distributed Computer and Communication Networks DCCN 2017, Communications in Computer and Information Science; Vol. 700 (2017) 186-200, Springer Verlag
    Co-authors: A. Nazarov, A. Kvach
  87. Performance Modeling of Finite-Source Retrial Queueing Systems with Collisions and Non-reliable Server Using MOSEL
    Distributed Computer and Communication Networks DCCN 2017, Communications in Computer and Information Science; Vol. 700 (2017) 248-258, Springer Verlag
    Co-authors: T. Bérczes, Á. Tóth, A. Nazarov
  88. Reliability Analysis of a Two-Server Heterogeneous Unreliable Queueing System with a Threshold Control Policy
    Information Technologies and Mathematical Modelling - Queueing Theory and Applications, Communications in Computer and Information Science; Vol. 800 (2017) 13-27, Springer Verlag
    Co-authors: D. Efrosinin, M. Farkhadov, N. Stepanova
  89. Comparative Analysis of Methods of Residual and Elapsed Service Time in the Study of the Closed Retrial Queuing System M/GI/1//N with Collision of the Customers and Unreliable Server
    Information Technologies and Mathematical Modelling - Queueing Theory and Applications, Communications in Computer and Information Science; Vol. 800 (2017) 97-110, Springer Verlag
    Co-authors: A. Nazarov, A. Kvach
  90. Performance Simulation of Non-reliable Servers in Finite-Source Cognitive Radio Networks with Collision
    Information Technologies and Mathematical Modelling - Queueing Theory and Applications, Communications in Computer and Information Science; Vol. 800 (2017) 194-203, Springer Verlag
    Co-author: H. Neomuchi
  91. Finite source retrial queues with two phase service
    International Journal of Operational Research 30 (2017) 421-440
    Co-authors: J. Wang, F. Wang, A. Kuki

  92. Asymptotic waiting time analysis of a finite source M/M/1 retrial queueing system
    Probability in the Engineering and Informational Sciences (2018) online version
    Co-authors: E. Sudyko, A.A. Nazarov
  93. Asymptotic analysis of finite-source M/M/1 retrial queueing system with collisions and server subject to breakdowns and repairs
    Annals of Operations Research (2018) online version
    Co-authors: A. Nazarov, A. Kvach, T. Bérczes
  94. An algorithmic approach to analysing the reliability of a controllable unreliable queue with two heterogeneous servers
    European Journal of Operational Research 271 (2018) 934-952
    Co-author: D. Efrosinin
  95. A Survey of Recent Results in Finite-Source Retrial Queues with Collisions
    Information Technologies and Mathematical Modelling - Queueing Theory and Applications, Communications in Computer and Information Science; Vol. 912 (2018) 1-15, Springer Verlag Co-authors: A. Nazarov, A. Kvach
  96. Asymptotic Sojourn Time Analysis of Finite-Source M/M/1 Retrial Queuing System with Two-Way Communication
    Information Technologies and Mathematical Modelling - Queueing Theory and Applications, Communications in Computer and Information Science; Vol. 912 (2018) 172-183, Springer Verlag
    Co-authors: A. Nazarov, A. Kvach
  97. A Contribution to Modeling Two-Way Communication with Retrial Queueing Systems
    Information Technologies and Mathematical Modelling - Queueing Theory and Applications, Communications in Computer and Information Science; Vol. 912 (2018) 236-247, Springer Verlag
    Co-authors: A. Kuki, Á. Tóth, T. Bérczes
  98. Queuing Management with Feedback in Cloud Computing Centers with Large Numbers of Web Servers
    Distributed Computer and Communication Networks DCCN 2018, Communications in Computer and Information Science; Vol. 919 (2018) 106-119, Springer Verlag
    Co-authors: A.Z. Melikov, A.M. Rustamov
  99. Performance evaluation of finite-source cognitive radio networks with non-reliable services using simulation
    Annales Mathematicae et Informaticae 49 (2018) 109-122
    Co-author: H. Nemouchi
  100. Reliability Analysis of an Aging Unit with a Controllable Repair Facility Activation
    Statistics and Simulation. IWS 2015. Springer Proceedings in Mathematics & Statistics 231 (2018) 403-471, Springer Verlag
    Co-authors: D. Efrosinin, M. Farkhadov, N. Stepanova

  101. Numerical analysis of retrial queueing systems with conflict of customers and an unreliable server
    Journal of Mathematical Sciences 237 (2019) 673-683
    Co-authors: A. Kuki, T. Bérczes, A. Kvach
  102. On Gaussian approximation of multi-channel networks with input flows of general structure
    Journal of Mathematical Sciences 237 (2019) 684-691
    Co-authors: E. Lebedev, H. Livinska
  103. Performance simulation of finite-source cognitive radio networks with servers subject to breakdowns and repairs
    Journal of Mathematical Sciences 237 (2019) 702-711
    Co-author: H. Nemouchi
  104. Probabilistic analysis of a redundant repairable system with two service operations
    Journal of Mathematical Sciences 237 (2019) 782-788
    Co-authors: R. Kakubava, N. Svanidze
  105. Comparison of two operation modes of finite-source retrial queueing systems with collisions and a non-reliable server by using simulation
    Journal of Mathematical Sciences 237 (2019) 846-857
    Co-authors: Á. Tóth, T. Bérczes, A. Kuki